euc removal in a toight LZ this week
as the first purchaser of the MB Belt Im reasonably happy Rico,Great stuff Stihlmadd! How you enjoying the MB saddle?
thank you Daniel - I am personally rather happy with the end result of this video- the music track def set the tone and pace for my edit.That was awesome........ Real nice job of editing and music.... brings the work alive..
and GO BIG OR GO HOME!
Love those monster limbs coming out in one ....
A great example of how to do it right...
It's easy for those desk jockey's to say smaller is safer, because they don;t have to stand in the hooks for 6 hours.... Definitely a good example of how bigger is actually safer, when you know what you're doing .. Fatigue is a huge safety issue and you saved a lot of climb time and energy by taking those big pieces...
yah I looked at it and you are correct the knot had slipped down to the start of the gate opening on that piece - def my bad on that occasion.Great work, Ben.
That balancer looks interesting. Looks like it going to squeeze the nose of the biner...and I expect you know what you're up to. Could you comment, please?
Always looking to add to the bag of tricks.
I rarely need to balance stuff in my market.
I've used a bowline on a bight, giving two loops with adjustable sizes to attach to two-point rock climbing bolt-anchors, and though a Bowline-0n-a-bight would be a way to make spiderleg loops, simply using the rope at hand.
You seem to have a way that looks to be likely easy, and uses less rope.
thank you Daniel ,8.5 hours in the hooks at your age... You are definitely doing something right...
Gotta second that Rico. I have this dim recollection of 45 being a pretty good year. At 70 I am only up there for a couple of hours and it takes me 3 days to recover. But it is so much fun I can't imagine a day when I can no longer be up there.45?
Your still wet behind the ears. In your prime. A spring chicken.
At your age you should be able to handle 10 hours in spurs. Pussy!